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exousia7

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  1. You're going to have to look around for that
  2. They're limited edition keyboards. Every year they release a limited edition keyboard based on the Chinese zodiac of its respective year. Recently the year of the rooster edition came out, and I can imagine Ducky is already working on the year of the dog keyboard right now.
  3. Personally I'd pick up a Ducky, great quality keyboard for the price. If you're looking for convenient customer support I'd recommend Corsair. I've never tried out Steelseries' QX2 switches so I can't say much about it, although I do own a Steelseries keyboard (6Gv2) and it's an extremely solid keyboard. Ducky keyboards use Cherry MX switches, so rated at 50 million keystrokes.
  4. Honestly, right now if you really want to game wireless, the only mice I recommend now are Logitech G403, G900, G703, and G903. Out of these the only ones close to G502's shape are G403 or G703.
  5. Unlucky. Most likely will have to RMA it. This is a pretty common issue that can occur with all mice (not just Razer).
  6. Depending on your hand size and style of mouse grip you prefer, you're looking at least 10 different mice to choose from. For FPS games (or any games in general) I recommend going for an optical sensor rather than laser, simply because optical sensors track more accurately and most of them don't have hardware acceleration. That being said, these are some suggestions: - Zowie mice (any model is good depending on the shape and size you prefer. They all have the same sensor) - Any Logitech G series mice, again, depending on the shape, size, and feature you want - Steelseries Rival 110 (100) or 310 (300), or Sensei 310 - Razer Deathadder Elite You can check out RocketJumpNinja for in-depth reviews and how to choose the right mouse for you http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGJaDZC7PChgd-XMwcbZkiw Happy mouse huntin'!
  7. Based on your description, Corsair K70 or Strafe are good options, but depending on where you buy the price may be out of your budget by a bit. Hope you find the one you're looking for!
  8. Got a Vortex Race 3 recently with Cherry MX blue switches. Really liking this keyboard and I absolutely love the keyboard layout.
  9. Hey a fellow Taiwanese member! It is unfortunate that you are stuck on this terrible RMA process. Logitech recently changed their RMA process, and believe it or not, it used to be muuuuuuch better than it is now. Because of the RMA policy changes I don't really recommend Logitech mice as much as I used to. Sure, they make excellent mice, but unless you're willing to deal with basically what you're going through, don't buy Logitech mice. There are so many rant posts on local forums here it's actually depressing to see how big a change this company underwent.
  10. Keyboard: Filco Majestouch Ninja TKL with Cherry MX brown keyboard Mouse: Zowie EC1-A Mousepad: SteelSeries Qck+ fnatic edition Earphones: Shure SE215 Limtied Edition
  11. For that price you won't be able to find a mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX switches unless it's second hand or on sale. The keyboards you see in that video are most likely made with Kailh or other brand mechanical switches. They will feel different compared to membrane keyboards for sure, just that you might not get the Cherry guarantee in quality or feel. Who knows, maybe you'll like them
  12. Currently using a GTX960 4GB! Lovin' this graphics card but hey why not get a Polaris graphics card to play around?
  13. CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Corsair K65
  14. They're practically the same size, just a difference of like 1mm in height and width.
  15. The suggestions people made in this post are so that you can get the best of what's available in the market, and those happen to be at a pretty good price that won't break the bank, though unfortunately in your case it's over the budget, which is why they recommended to save up more. That being said, the Kinzu is also a decent mouse for its price. I would recommend the Logitech G100s, though, simply because of Logitech's warranty service. Performance wise I'd say the Kinzu and G100s are around the same....
  16. I previously wanted to get a Das, but overseas shipping just costs too much Orz
  17. Look for Ducky, they have some white color mechanical keyboards.
  18. If you ever want to change all the keycaps including the bottom row set, you can check out Max keyboard. So far they're the only one I know of that makes custom keycaps with options to pick the bottom row layout you desire.
  19. My answer to your question would be.....no. It is not worth getting the Razer Deathstalker.
  20. Just wanted to share my recent purchase with you guys: Filco Majestouch Ninja TKL with Cherry MX brown! Preview: Full album: http://imgur.com/a/HF7Pl
  21. Hooray! Now your friend has a reason to buy new keycaps!
  22. Razer Deathadder or Logitech G502. They're both pretty good mice at decent price with great ergonomic design.
  23. I've used the Abyssus mirror edition before and now currently using Abyssus 2014 edition. I can tell you I've had no problems with either mice and quite comfortable, with good performance for its price.
  24. I find the shape of the Logitech G303 weird but I guess it's one of those things that you can just get used to after a period of time. Personally I've used SteelSeries mice before and I've had pretty good experience with them, so I'd choose the Rival 100 over Logitech G303. But Logitech does provide longer warranty service, so keep that in mind if you care about warranty.
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